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- Jan 10 '17
Larry King: Much was made of his comments about minorities, but hip-hop has also had a reputation for being misogynistic.
Larry King: Homophobic.
Larry King: So hip-hop has its problems, right? Are there any gay hip-hop people?
Jeezy: Not that I know of.
Larry King: Do you know why?
Jeezy: I guess culture-wise it just doesn’t match with it, what hip-hop represents. You know, hip-hop is about being tough and just really being dominant and just being individual with it.
Larry King: Is a lot of hip-hop homophobic?
Jeezy: I can’t say that now. I mean back then more-so, you know what I’m saying?
Larry King: Do you think the genre would be open to a gay rapper?
Jeezy: Well there’s a young lady she’s made it. She’s gay, but obviously doing very well.
Larry King: What’s her name?
Jeezy: Young M.A. She’s doing very well right now.
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